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20 Simple Vegetable Soups

All the best tools, techniques, and recipes you need for flame-kissed glory this …

Food Preservation

9 Ways to Flavor Braised Kale

Kale salads are great—if you don’t mind a little chewing. For a wintery alternative, braise kale slowly until it becomes soft and silky.<p>Kale salads …

All About Food Lover's Cleanse Lunches + Day 3 Menu

A little repetition isn’t a bad thing when you are trying to build new habits, and salad for lunch a great place to start.<p>I’m thrilled to see you all posting, commenting, and reaching out about the #BAcleanse. I hope by now you’ve gotten most of your groceries and are enjoying the fun part of the …

Sweet Potato Lentil Soup with Curry and Lime

<i>We all harbor secret fantasies of moving away, starting a café, and feeding people. Every month, Sarah Kieffer from the Vanilla Bean Blog will be indulging us with stories and recipes from the Wolners, who own the Blue Heron Coffeehouse in Winona, Minnesota.</i><p><i>Today: A lentil soup to cure anything</i> …

Yosemite Climbers Attempt Historic First Free Ascent of El Capitan’s Dawn Wall

This week all eyes are on climbing’s center stage, El Capitan, the 3,000-foot monolith in Yosemite National Park, as professional climbers Tommy Caldwell, one of our 2015 Adventurers of the Year, and Kevin Jorgeson vie to make history and complete the first free ascent of the Dawn Wall. Should they …

19 global events worth traveling for in 2015 | CNN Travel

15 colorful landscape photos from around the world | CNN Travel

Adventures Less Ordinary: How to Travel and Do Good

When photographing an object in motion, you have three principal options: use an incredibly fast shutter speed for a crisp capture of both the moving object and the background, but not a sense of the motion; pan as the object passes to freeze just the object against an artistic blur of background; …

How the American Museum of Natural History preserved the world's loneliest tortoise

Museums are using dead animals to help us appreciate the living ones<p>Lonesome George was the last of his subspecies and that was just half his troubles. The Pinta island tortoise spent a portion of his life being nudged to mate with a similar species, but all three clutches of eggs never developed …

Natural History

How To Build A Robo-Deer To Catch Poachers

It's a trap!<p>The Robot MarketPlace, an electronics shop based in Florida, gets a lot of strange requests, but this was their wackiest to date:<p>"Can we create a realistic deer robot to nab off-season poachers?"—Florida law enforcement<p>Jim Smentowski, owner of The Robot MarketPlace, told us how they …

Asteroid theory crashes and burns | Letters: Professor Ian Stewart and Jack Winkler

John Bowler (Letters, 31 December) is puzzled why the European Space Agency keeps saying that 67P is a comet. He claims it is an asteroid and objects to the ESA’s poor science.<p>A few clues. The ESA has access to expert astronomers, and might just know what it’s talking about. The name …

January 2015

In Saturn’s Rings, a Portal to the Planet’s Interior

Science & InnovationNo Place Like Home<p>In addition to being spectacularly beautiful, Saturn’s rings act as a cosmic seismograph: They keep a record of the shifts and vibrations happening deep within the giant world. These internal movements pull ever so gently on the ring particles and alter their …